Eagle Creek 40L Global Companion Bag Giveaway

I know, I know. You’ve heard it from me many times before. I’m a big advocate of packing light. There are many reasons why but most notably because you are simply safer if you’re not having to manage a bunch of luggage while making your way through an airport, train station or big city. While […]

Experience North India

Looking for our India tour(s)? We’re so happy you landed here! We’re currently working on our latest itineraries and if you contact us, we’ll let you know as soon as they get posted to the website. Our next adventure is planned for the fall of 2018. What can you expect from one of our tours? […]

Learning About New Orleans

On the New Orleans Culinary Tour from Wandertours you will experience this Louisiana city through its varied food cultures. To whet your appetite for travel to the Crescent City, here are other facts about New Orleans. It is called the Crescent City because it sits in a bend of the Mississippi River, a bend which […]

Eating Vegetarian in Santa Fe

WanderTours Santa Fe trip offers the opportunity to learn about culinary styles of Santa Fe and the southwest through visits with respected cooks and chefs. Corn, beans, rice, chiles of all sorts feature in the food you will learn about. You’ll have the chance to explore to explore vegetarian food in Santa Fe on your […]

Papua New Guinea Celebrates at The Goroka Show

Papua New Guinea is a country where people often live separated by geography and history, focused on their own nearby community and tribe. Singsings, though, are gatherings where tribes share their traditional dress, music, and dance. The largest of these, named for the town in which it is held, is the Goroka Show. In 2018 […]

A Q&A with Bonnie from Santa Fe’s Kakawa Chocolate House

A meal isn’t complete without a bite of good dark chocolate…and now there is medical research detailing how healthful it is for us! ... Read more »

Irish Whiskeys to Try When You’re in Ireland

Irish whiskey is currently in an upswing in quality and sales are booming. This means that more and more distilleries are opening their doors. ... Read more »

Q&A with Diane LaVonne from Diane’s Market Kitchen

Preparing and sharing food is the glue that binds us together as a society. It is where shared memory is created and our first lessons in civility and cultural norms are transmitted. ... Read more »